Students can enroll in one of IU’s intersession courses starting before the fall semester that run from Aug. 10-23, according to an IU email.
The College of Arts and Sciences, the Media School and the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering are offering 31 courses ranging from 1 to 3 credit hours. Class instruction can vary from in person to hybrid to online, depending on the course.
Students can take four more credit hours at no extra cost during the 2020-21 school year. IU is allowing students to take up to 40 credit hours across the spring and fall semesters and the August and winter intersessions, compared to the normal limit of 36 hours.
Students may be able to receive state or federal financial aid for an intersession course if the course satisfies their academic objectives. IU urges students to meet with their academic adviser beforehand in order to take the appropriate course.
Courses are offered for all levels. Students can search for courses on One.IU in the enrollment shopping cart. Students can only enroll in one intersession course.
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